The 6-foot-2, 170-pound prospect, who is currently the #23 safety in the country, has seen a rise in his recruitment over the past few months and now sits at double-digits: Arizona State, Arkansas, Baylor, Colorado, Duke, Indiana, Kansas State, LSU, Nebraska, Northwestern, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, Purdue, Southern Methodist, TCU, Texas Tech, and Washington State.
Haughton plays on both sides of the ball for Midway, and says that though he's mainly being recruited at defensive back, some programs can see him on offense, as well.
"Most schools are recruiting me as a safety, but they say that I can play either. I don't really have a preference," he has told Scout.
Clearly, whatever program lands Haughton will be adding a playmaker to it's roster, and the athlete says he knows he will be a solid addition to a college team.
"I think one of the best things about me is that I think I'm pretty quick and have the agility of a cornerback and I have the speed, so not only can I come down and make a tackle, but I can also, if I need to, man up an inside receiver and take them on one on one and cover them," he has previously said.